Brian Muszynski

Senior Vice President

Senior Vice President Brian Muszynski


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Brian Muszynski, Senior Vice President

Senior Vice President Brian Muszynski

Mr. Muszynski joined Meriwether as Vice President in 2013. He has a deep background in resort development and multifamily acquisitions.

Mr. Muszynski served as Acquisitions Manager for Steele properties, a boutique investment firm, where he was responsible for underwriting new multifamily investment opportunities, and securing debt and equity capital. Prior to joining Steele, Mr. Muszynski served as project manager for Bald Mountain Development where he oversaw design and development of Rosewood San Miguel de Allende and Rosewood Artesana Residences. The hotel is consistently ranked among the top hotels in the world by Travel + Leisure Magazine. Prior to Bald Mountain, Mr. Muszynski served as Development Manager with Intrawest where he led development of a mixed-use Village at the base of Winter Park Ski Resort. Mr. Muszynski was responsible for leading the design and overseeing construction of the residential lofts, commercial village, and infrastructure which included a cabriolet gondola and a three story parking garage. He also provided financial analysis and tracking during the $2.2 billion acquisition of Intrawest by Fortress Capital.

Mr. Muszynski holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with honors from Binghamton University and an MBA in Finance from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and has served on their Executive Committee. Mr. Muszynski is fluent in Spanish and has worked in Mexico, Chile, and Costa Rica.

My passion as a collegiate ski racer brought me to Colorado which allowed me to return years later to develop resort real estate.
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Quote from Walt Disney creative director Marty Sklar - The only people who don't fail are the people who aren't doing anything. Those who make giant leaps in business are the ones willing to try something new.
I have had the pleasure of working outside the US in Costa Rica, Chile, and Mexico, and to study in several emerging markets. This provided me with a great prospective to look at problem solving under a different lens.
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